SC sits an hour beyond the court’s scheduled time for Ayodhya case hearing| Desh Ki Baat

24 Sep 2019 08:04 AM

SC sits an hour beyond the court’s scheduled time for Ayodhya case hearing| Desh Ki Baat

Updated 24 Sep 2019 08:04 AM

The Supreme Court decided to sit until 5pm, an hour beyond the court’s scheduled time, for the next three days to hear arguments in the case.
The bench heard arguments until 5pm on Monday and decided to do the same for the next three days. An official said the reason behind the move was to make up time lost Friday, when the court sits for only half a day.

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